The extensive archives of film director Stanley Kubrick, who died from a sudden heart attack in 1999, have been donated to the University of the Arts in London at the behest of his wife. Kubrick lived and worked in the U.K. for 38 years after becoming disenchanted with Hollywood. The archives are seen as a major coup for the university, which will house them in a specially built new center. They include family photographs, correspondence and examples of his meticulous research, such as several hundred books about Napoleon for a film that he planned but never made.
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